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The 2020 Land Rover Defender is coming to America

The 2020 Land Rover Defender is coming to America

But the long drought is coming to an end. The new Land Rover Defender is expected to arrive riding on a derivative of the aluminium monocoque platform that now underpins the full-size Range Rover...

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Sears at WestShore Plaza closing in January

Sears at WestShore Plaza closing in January

The store at Grand Cities Mall is one of 80 locations across the United States that will close in spring, according to a Sears news release. It wants someone to buy about 500 of its stores and the Ken...

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Vinci buys controlling share of Gatwick Airport for £2.9bn

Vinci buys controlling share of Gatwick Airport for £2.9bn

It handles over 46 million passengers per year, more than a quarter of the 170 million passenger journeys the London airports system - led by Heathrow - handled in 2017. Gatwick Chief Executive Ste...

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HMV goes into administration for second time in six years

The company employs around 2,200 people. Paul McGowan, executive chairman of Hilco Capital said: "During the key Christmas trading period the market for DVD fell by over 30% compared to the previous...

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Father books multiple flights just to spend Christmas with his daughter

Father books multiple flights just to spend Christmas with his daughter

Dad's first trip using his benefits was a success! ". Last chance to take advantage of our best offer of the year! The sweet gesture was shared by Mike Levy , of OH, who was sat next to Vaughan o...

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MS to receive $2.5 million in Wells Fargo settlement

MS to receive $2.5 million in Wells Fargo settlement

Under the federal settlements and the settlement of a class action lawsuit, Wells Fargo must also pay about $600 million in restitution to injured consumers. According to Wells Fargo's policy at the...

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Big deadline for Sears on Friday

Big deadline for Sears on Friday

The news comes as a crucial deadline for the bankrupt retailer Sears looms on whether the company survives or will be liquidated. This is the closest that Sears has come to shuttering its doors for ...

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Wall Street roars back to life in best session in 9 years

Wall Street roars back to life in best session in 9 years

Sydney's S&P-ASX 200 gained 1 per cent to 5,634.30 and benchmarks in New Zealand, Taiwan and Southeast Asia also rose. The gains were led by technology stocks.SPLRCT, which rose 1.49 percent. Brent ...

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These minimum wage workers get raises in 2019

These minimum wage workers get raises in 2019

Workers at small businesses in NY will receive $1.50 an hour minimum wage hike, from $12 to $13.50. This will complete the three-year phase-in of the $ 15 minimum wage , which was agreed to by Gov. Be...

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Amazon Boasts Record-Breaking Holiday Season Worldwide

Amazon Boasts Record-Breaking Holiday Season Worldwide

Amazon said in the USA, more than one billion items were shipped by the company for free through its Amazon Prime service. Amazon says that Alexa was used three times as much than past year for shopp...

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CenturyLink: Internet service will be fully restored in about 4 hours

Jessica Rosenworcel, a member of the Federal Communications Commission, said via Twitter it was a nationwide outage and her agency needed to investigate. Cell phone 911 services in parts of wester...

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Blue light in the sky over NYC was 'not aliens'

Blue light in the sky over NYC was 'not aliens'

The NYPD has confirmed the lights visible in the city "appear to have been from a transformer explosion at a Con Ed facility in Queens". NYPD is investigating a possible transformer explosion at t...

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White House Economic Adviser Claims Fed Chief's Job Is Safe

White House Economic Adviser Claims Fed Chief's Job Is Safe

The Fed hiked interest rates again last week, as had been widely expected. Further declines in stock futures yesterday in Asia suggested that the benchmark for American equities was nearing a bear ma...

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Centre tightens e-commerce rules

Centre tightens e-commerce rules

The new e-commerce policy could entail provisions for a regulator in the sector dominated by United States tech giant Amazon .com and homegrown Flipkart , which was bought over by retail giant Wa...

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Trump ready to sign executive order that would bar Huawei, ZTE purchases

Trump ready to sign executive order that would bar Huawei, ZTE purchases

In particular, the executive order would instruct the Commerce Department to block USA companies from buying Huawei and ZTE equipment that "pose significant national security risks". Following the U...

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Boxing Day sales draw crowds

Boxing Day sales draw crowds

Gordon McKinnon, Intu's operations director, said: "Some stores have been running promotions or discounting before Christmas , but Boxing Day is when the clearance sales start in earnest". Some sho...

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Tokyo stocks close higher

Tokyo stocks close higher

The broader Topix closed 4.88 percent lower at 1,415.55 after touching 1,412.90 it's weakest since November 2016. Sony lost 294 yen , or 5.6 percent, to 5,000 yen and Panasonic slid 54.20 yen, or 5...

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Market turmoil: Wall Street battered as Treasury chief fails to reassure

Market turmoil: Wall Street battered as Treasury chief fails to reassure

Bloomberg News was the first to report that Mr Trump has been privately discussing firing Mr Powell. Trump has gone after Powell several times now, telling Reuters in August he was "not thrilled" w...

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Markets full of angst as Wall Street returns from Christmas break

Markets full of angst as Wall Street returns from Christmas break

Data from Mastercard SpendingPulse showed United States holiday sales increased 5.1 per cent this holiday season to more than US$850 billion (RM3.5 trillion), the biggest growth in the last six year...

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Trump blames Federal Reserve as ‘only problem’ in USA economy

Trump blames Federal Reserve as ‘only problem’ in USA economy

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin surprised Wall Street by arranging a phone call on Monday involving the so-called President's Working Group on Financial Markets. Mr Trump's top economic advi...

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